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It’s not the same thing as lactose intolerance.Without allergy testing, it can be tough to parse the difference. “Our immune system’s response to food allergens, and specifically to dairy, is a little bit on a spectrum, so there’s no easy way to just lump ‘dairy allergies’ under one category,” says Tina Sindher, M.D.1, a clinical associate professor of pediatrics and allergy and clinical immunology at Stanford University.
More and more large retail chains in Germany want to ban up milk from a little animal-friendly attitude from their cooling shelves. © Daniel Bockwoldt / DPA Two dairy cows on a pasture.
According to the EDEKA network, on Thursday, the discounter Aldi Nord and Aldi Süd announced, in the foreseeable future, in the foreseeable future in their own marks completely waive milk, in their production only the legal minimum requirements for animal husbandry are fulfilled. The conversion should take place by 2024.
Germany's largest grocer Edeka and its discount chain Netto even set the goal of going to this step this year, as she announced at the beginning of the week. Further milk and dairy products should follow.
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The background: All large food retailers in Germany have announced in the past few weeks, to introduce the four-stage holding marking 2022 used until the turn of the year only with meat and meat products even in milk and dairy products. With their four stages - 1: stable font, 2: stable font plus, 3: outdoor climate, 4: premium - enables it consumers to recognize when shopping at first glance, how high the animal welfare level is at the attitude of the farm animals .
The Aldi-Nord Manager Tanja Hacker held: "The development of recent years shows: Demand for animal welfare products is growing steadily." By 2030 at the latest, according to your information, the entire private label milk is due to ALDI from the contestation forms 3 and 4.
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